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Bullet 4:34 Sat Feb 20
EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
BBC
Britain will vote on whether to remain in the EU on Thursday 23 June, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.
The prime minister made his historic announcement in Downing Street after briefing the cabinet.
He said he would be campaigning to remain in a reformed EU - and described the vote as one of the biggest decisions "in our lifetimes".
Ministers immediately divide

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Gavros 4:50 Thu Dec 14
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yes.

this has no bearing on our membership of the EU.

Willtell 4:33 Thu Dec 14
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Don't you think it laughable that a German woman politician issues armbands declaring that Muslims should be tolerant of the wearers and not rape them though Gavros?

Gavros 4:04 Thu Dec 14
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that article mixed up migrant and asylum seeker with abandon.

cheeses cruyf 3:55 Thu Dec 14
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Here's one for Mashed

http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/12/14/cologne-distribute-tolerance-wristbands-combat-sex-attacks/

problem solved

Hammer and Pickle 3:51 Thu Dec 14
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Poland’s current government is interested in creating as much of a shitstorm on the migrant issue and any other issue for the matter. The number it eventually agrees to take in is quite irrelevant and Tusk is talking about quotas being an “irritant” in this sense.

violator 3:43 Thu Dec 14
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So Tusk is all for migrants being accepted, as long as its not in his homeland, pretty much sums up the shambles he presides over.

Willtell 3:33 Thu Dec 14
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This is the problem with the EU - well spotted master. UK cannot deport EU nationals sleeping rough and this must be giving H&P nightmares -

EU leaders wrestle with migrant quotas at summit
1 hour ago

EU leaders are bitterly divided over a quota scheme for housing migrants, as they gather for a summit in Brussels.

Summit chairman Donald Tusk irritated an EU commissioner and some other officials by calling mandatory quotas "ineffective" and "highly divisive".

His European Council agenda calls for an EU deal by June to ease the burden on Mediterranean countries facing the greatest migrant pressure.

Poland and three neighbours in Central Europe reject the EU's asylum policy.

The European Commission is suing Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic at the European Court of Justice for refusing to accept asylum seekers under an EU quota system.

Slovakia is the fourth member of the Visegrad Group, which collectively opposes quotas.

master 3:25 Thu Dec 14
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-42352876

Gavros 3:24 Thu Dec 14
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*by against i mean against brexit/ pro Single market

Gavros 3:23 Thu Dec 14
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Johnson 3:14 Thu Dec 14

yes i know. anyone other than corbyn and they'd be against, but he's trying to stay as grey on brexit as possible. labour have to make the first move though. if they say theyre definitely for SM access (albeit with an undefined attitude on full freedom of movement) then that allows the tories to play the "we're being blackmailed by labour and the SNP" act in public and get down to an EEA agreement with the EU in private.

Coffee 3:20 Thu Dec 14
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Hammer and Pickle 2:50 Thu Dec 14

You're thinking of high-class fuckers. I meant what I wrote.

master 3:15 Thu Dec 14
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-42354864

Johnson 3:15 Thu Dec 14
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There were also more than 2 Labour MPs for Brexit, but again you never know with those cunts.

Johnson 3:14 Thu Dec 14
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Labour have not said they will remain in the SM, Gavvy.

They’ve not really committed either way based on some Reading I’ve done this morning, such is their lack of conviction and desperation for votes.

Cony Tottee 3:11 Thu Dec 14
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I'd imagine a lot of Labour MPs constituencies voted to leave so will be interesting to see if there's any reaction from the public should they go against their own voters.

Perhaps they're just hoping everyone's bored to fuck of the whole thing.

Gavros 3:02 Thu Dec 14
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A lot of people have said a lot of things that have turned out to be bollocks.

Seeing as Parliament has now confirmed its Sovereignty over 'the will of the people' lets look at who's who in Parliament with regards their view on single market:

Conservatives: No (with at least remain 12 rebels)
Labour: Yes (2 Brexit rebels)
SNP: Yes
Lib Dem: Yes
DUP: Yes
Plaid: Yes
Green: Yes

By my reckoning if Labour confirmed SM demands and whipped it and the government came to parliament with a no SM deal, it would be voted down 317 to 303.

Willtell 2:53 Thu Dec 14
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Reply Gavros 2:49
Except the 'agreement' you refer to is only a preliminary one so that discussions can move to the nitty gritty on trade deals. Remember what they keep saying Gavros?

"Nothing is agreed until everything is agreed..."

Willtell 2:51 Thu Dec 14
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I take the point that if Mrs May doesn't have a deal no MP's get to vote on the deal and we leave anyway but surely everyone can see the problems here? Mrs May wants a soft Brexit and is prepared to pay a heavy price for it. So does the Labour party SNP's and Liberals.

When they all gang up against a no deal with the Tory rebels we will get the same thing as last night once again only more so. And everyone will blame May for not getting a good deal. Yet the carpet has been pulled form under her...

Hammer and Pickle 2:50 Thu Dec 14
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“Not easy, because the EU are a bunch of high-order fuckers to deal with, but there you go.”

Sounds like you’re balls deep in them, Coffee. Where’s the link - you know the rules.

Gavros 2:49 Thu Dec 14
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like i said before Willtell, no deal effectively separates NI from the UK in terms of the internal market, which is a red line for the DUP. The government HAVE to get a deal that keeps the UK in the SM or the government collapses.

Willtell 2:40 Thu Dec 14
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Oh wow! I never pressed the send button and it went off on its own twice!!! My laptop voted leave!

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